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custom made twin i beams?

hello,ijust lowered the rear of my truck and now i want to lower the front without dream beams i have been thinking about custom making my own out off rectangular tubing. what do you guys think?

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What Year is your Pickup? why would you want to make them yourself when Companies such as Belltech offer kits engineered to fit a lot of Ford Pickups?



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it is a 65. i have some steel so i thought it would be cheaper.
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